A family of a deceased woman whose body parts may have been illegally harvested by funeral homes and tissue-processing companies was to file a suit in Philadelphia against several people, some of whom have already been indicted on similar charges.

Lawrence Cohan and Melissa Hague of Anapol Schwartz Weiss Cohan Feldman & Smalley were to file suit Oct. 19 in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court on behalf of the son of a local woman whose body parts may have been harvested.

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